I’m not typically a big police procedural fan, but I do enjoy it when Longmire follows that script. This week, Vic discovers (somehow) the body of a young Russian girl under a bridge. We see her in the beginning of the episode hitchhiking, and from there more
The season 3 premiere of Longmire focused primarily on cleaning up the mess left at the end of the last season. Previously, Henry was arrested and agreed to extradition to Denver for the murder of Miller Beck, the man who killed Walt’s wife. Henry’s dec more
This is likely my final review of Longmire .
I'll try to find another TV Fanatic writer to take over future episodes, but " The Cancer " was plagued with the same problem that has negatively affected this A&E drama since a decent premiere : it's simply more
Walt Longmire is a not a man who horses around.
And the all-business sheriff was more focused than ever on " A Damn Shame ," the third episode of this A&E drama and an installment that focused on the death of three animals, along with the presumed deat more
The second episode of Longmire wasn't exactly subtle.
A week after viewers met this Wyoming-based sheriff, learning about the death of his wife and the repercussions felt by all around him, Walt walked " The Dark Road " on an installment that centered more
As the summer is getting into full gear, tonight will be the time for quite a few premieres including A&E’sbrand new original series, Longmire . The series, based on the Walt Longmire Mystery novels by Craig Johnson, follows a widowed Sheriff, Walt Long more
New York Times Tv Reporter
Jun 4, 2012 3:08PM EDT
“Longmire,” which has its premiere on Sunday on A&E, follows a contemporary sheriff in Wyoming (even if he’s played by an Australian). http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=9b4d7370fd8a4e8469d1117fbd2c8620 more
Warning: I am about to unfairly compare Longmire - a new drama on A&E that stars Robert Taylor in the title role and premieres this Sunday at 10 p.m. - to Justified .
Yes, I have reasonable cause to do so. Both are set in rural areas and both feature s more